The BURIED RECORDS EXHIBITION
from March 19th - April 30th 2007 in Salthouse church

CLICK HERE to see the HIGH tree (readable)
and HEREto see the Pigott Tree readable in 4 bits

Click HERE to see Pam Peake of BAHS at the exhibition

Above left: Conservators, Antoinette Curtis and Nick Sellwood, visit the Salthouse Church exhibition of their work.

Above right [or below, if your browser can't put it alongside!] : The descendants of Charlie Hayward find themselves on the High tree


Above: The story of the buried register is shown on the north aisle

Above: further along The north aisle

 


On loan from the Norfolk Record Office over Easter, were cases containing original Salthouse Registers and Overseers Account books of the 18th and 19th centuries which commanded a lot of interest.

 

See the Pigott tree in two photos (click here)

(I'll do it in 4 quarters soon so it can be read)

the High tree in 4 quarters click here

 

 

   
   
Above: The Wright family see their house on one of Jonathan Neville's aerial photographs and, Above right: another family points out Fred High's family

 

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